SeniorCare Network, the real-estate management affiliate of Presbyterian SeniorCare won the Best of the Best award in elderly housing, as well as three additional Apartment Excellence Awards at the June 14 ceremony at the Rivers Casino.
The awards recognize property owners, managers and staff of apartment communities in metropolitan Pittsburgh (comprised of Allegheny, Beaver, Butler and Westmoreland counties) that achieve the highest standards of property management. Best of the Best awards are given to the property that achieves at least a 98% in their category.
Through SeniorCare Network, Presbyterian SeniorCare provides affordable and supportive housing for low-income seniors and persons with disabilities. Supportive housing includes additional services as needed and as appropriate to enhance the quality of life and care for residents, such as wellness and educational programs, optional meal plans and transportation.
Excelling in its commitment to meeting the needs and desires of seniors in our region is York Commons, winner of the Best of the Best in Overall Community Appeal.
Also receiving awards in the Multi-Story, Elderly Housing, Overall Community Appeal category:
- Forward Shady (Squirrel Hill)
- Sweetbriar Place (Mount Washington)
- York Commons (Lawrenceville)
Overall, properties were judged for curb appeal, presentation of common area, the leasing office and a representative unit.
Last month, SeniorCare Network received the Commonwealth’s Supportive Housing Award, which annually showcases a model of excellence in providing quality, affordable housing and wrap-around services that help seniors live independently.
Presbyterian SeniorCare is an esteemed, not-for-profit network committed to excellence in providing a continuum of living and care options for older adults of all faiths across 56 communities at 44 locations in 10 western Pennsylvania counties. SeniorCare Network, the non-profit real estate affiliate of Presbyterian SeniorCare, is committed to serving the needs of older adults and persons with disabilities through the development and management of quality housing communities that support a person’s ability to age in place.
Presbyterian SeniorCare and its affiliates, including the award-winning SeniorCare Network, are accredited as an Aging Services Network by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and the Continuing Care Accreditation Commission (CCAC). To learn more, please visit us at www.SrCare.org.